Font Bureau’s move to exclusive retail distribution on Type Network is in keeping with its history as an independent type foundry collaborating with people passionate about type and design.
Inspired by the jaunty flow of an Italian bicycle maker’s logo, Richard Lipton’s latest script promises a sweet ride.
This idea has guided me throughout my career as a type designer. Usually, someone else handles the story part while I just deal with finding the right letter forms to fit that story. For Gasket, it was different.
Occupant Fonts announces the release of Gasket!
David Jonathan Ross first combined his drawing skills and an affinity for coding on the websites he built in middle school. It’s fitting, then, that a type family he developed for computer programmers is what ultimately inspired him to launch…
Richard Lipton took off from an old bicycle logo and hasn’t stopped since, pushing the weights and fine details of a dynamic script to their limits. In a relaxed manner, of course.
Type Network is a new model for type design, development, and licensing built in response to the increasingly complex needs of type designers and type users.
Occupant Press is excited to announce the publication of Cyrus Highsmith’s new children’s book from Japanese publisher Bunkeidou.
This year again, TypeLab—moderated by Petr van Blokland—took place as a lively side-program at Typographics. You were invited to participate. While on the main stage topics can only be formal presentations, at TypeLab they may be put into practice.
Since then, the English edition has been reprinted once, and other editions were published in Japanese, French, Spanish, and Polish. I have heard comments of all kinds from readers, students, and teachers. And I have had a chance to reflect…